ETOUSA: Special & Morale Services Guide, 1943
United States. Army Service Forces. Special Service Division
"Includes information on activities relating to education, information, recreation, orientation and attitude surveys including opinions of United States soldiers during World War II. Some topics include: soldier attitudes, postwar job preferences of enlisted men, radio for troops overseas, orientation films, United States Armed Forces Institute Film Service, United States Motion Picture Service and liaison with civilian welfare and recreational agencies."
Digitized by the Combined Arms Research Library Digital Library, US Army Combined Arms Center. http://cgsc.cdmhost.com/cdm/
Focus is placed on the importance of morale, that it is a function of command (even a weapon of war), and that every officer who commands men must be responsible for the well-being (mental, spiritual, and physical) of his men. Music, soldier shows, cinema, athletics, special services, and morale services all played a positive role in the morale of troops in the European Theater of Operations